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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:19pm 08/01/18 | 0 Comments
Setting aside the fact that to term HD Remake for Xbox 360 and PS3 era titles is a little misleading, as 720p is still technically HD, re-releases of titles that are a decade old sporting improved visuals will continue in 2018. With one of the bigger re-releases, as per rumours, set to be the return of Burnout Paradise in March.

As per our review of Burnout Paradise circa 2008, we were immediately smitten by the open-world approach of the then new-take on the Burnout formula. Noting, "the most impressive part of all of this is that the core Burnout gameplay hasn't been compromised in the slightest, the races are fast and furious, the burnout boost-meter still functions in the same manner and the over-the-top crashes that made the series famous are more spectacular than ever".


Which is somewhat in-line with my recollections on the game. And as we're coming up to the 10 year anniversary of the initial release, a HD remaster and remake would certainly be nice. And fill the void until we get the next Forza Horizon later this year.



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